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The thirteen projects bring together maps, films, slide shows, nearly one hundred video oral history interviews, and several thousand photographs, documents, and digitized newspaper articles. and lesson plans for teachers.
Share My Lesson curated a collection of lesson plans, activities and resources to help teachers explore the role of labor unions with your preK-12 students including Worker’s Rights, Labor Education, Labor History and Related Resources
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Click HERE for Lesson Plan on Kate Mullany
How today’s unions help working people
By the Economic Policy Institute.
Jews in the American Labor Movement
Megan Murphy, a student at Merrimack High School in Merrimack, NH, won the Gold Medal and $1,000 prize in the American Labor History category for her web site The Leadership and Legacy of Mother Jones and her Fight for Workers’ …
This paper addresses the issue of income and wealth inequality in the
United States and an exploration of its causes, effects and solutions with
a particular emphasis on working families.
“We Were There” video with Bev Grant’s song and historic photos
Interviews with women labor leaders